Yep, definitely agree. Then, when they do decide to allow a bit of publicity it's all the more interesting than the eye rolling bore it becomes with a lot of them. I know that it's not always the celebs' fault that they get papped and I'm sure there are those who genuinely hate it. However, there are a sizeable number who thrive on it and simultaneously moan about it at the same time.
It's usually "celebs" who need the publicity the most to stay in the public eye (z listers with a reality show/perfume/clothes range etc to promote) who cry the loudest about not having any privacy